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. but for more than a year now, nothing has happened. >> but at the ministry responsible for environment and water, they see things differently. and the the previous two socialist governments did not find a solution and left the local governments in the lurch. the pressure being exerted by the eu to change the situation right away costs us extra money. as far as the hungarian-romanian project is concerned, we are open to it, but the rumanian side has yet to sign the necessary permits. >> this pediatrician cannot believe that the cleanups keep being delayed across the entire region. he says the effects of arsenic in drinking water are significant. >> small children and pregnant women are most affected. arson it can lead to miscarriages. it can cause skin cancer as well. statistically speaking, we cannot ascertain just how widespread these illnesses are in the affected regions. they are very poor areas in which there could be many reasons for such illnesses. >> but an awestruck german company shows how simple a quick fix could be -- it has donated these water filters to local day care cent
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